Health and Safety Training by Remote Trauma

Health and Safety Training

Whether you are a television production manager based in the office or the in country manager in the field, everyone is susceptible to the hazards generated on location. Failure to identify and control these hazards can lead to accidents, injuries and ill health. Failure to deal promptly and effectively with a first aid incident can be fatal.

Remote Trauma aims to raise awareness and understanding of your legal duties and obligations to others and to ensure a safe, healthy and productive working environment. Our first aid training has been designed to enable you to successfully deal with stressful and demanding incidents with confidence.

Risk Assessment Training by Remote Trauma

Risk Assessment Training

Designed and delivered following the Skillet X3 model, our one and two day courses are aimed at teaching the fundamental principles of risk assessment, providing an overview of health and safety management in television and offering clarity when it comes to the roles and responsibilities involved in Health and Safety management.

First Aid Training by Remote Trauma

First Aid Courses

We run a number of First Aid courses to suit your needs including one day, Emergency First Aid at Work course (EFAW), two and three day, First Aid at Work courses (FAW), First Person on Scene (FPOS) basic and intermediate (EDXCEL, Royal College of Surgeons), and Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

Travel Safety Awareness Training by Remote Trauma

Travel Safety Awareness

This is a practical course ensuring the crew and contributors have a thorough understanding of the basic needs and demands of the particular region they will be operating in. It is tailored to the specific region or location and covers subjects such as risk assessment and coping strategies, basic life support, and personal and vehicle safety.

Urban Unrest Training by Remote Trauma

Conflict Management Training

Producing thought provoking and high rating television is in every creative's DNA. But what if the subject matter is contentious, controversial, emotive and presents a physical risk to your crews.
It is possible to influence the outcome of a potentially difficult filming encounter and successfully return to the edit with good quality footage. But to ensure your crews remain physical and mentally intact they will need some training.

Remote Trauma






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